June 4, 2012

The Decay of an Angel by A.J. Huffman


The Decay of an Angel 

“She found apples good eating.
Naturally she shared.”
                                    -- Julia Randall

He could see
that innocence would die
by her lips.
Before the offer was made.
But he couldn’t resist.
Couldn’t refuse.
The lush red.
The sensuous slither.
Of a smile
set for damned.
And he didn’t care
that his world was falling
beneath her shadow.
She had already convinced him.
Her paradise
of darkness.
Was best.



A.J. Huffman is a poet and freelance writer in Daytona Beach, Florida.  She has previously published four collections of poetry: The Difference Between Shadows and Stars, Carrying Yesterday, Cognitive Distortion, and . . . And Other Such Nonsense.  She has also published her work in national and international literary journals such as Avon Literary Intelligencer, Writer's Gazette, and The Penwood Review.  Find more about A.J. Huffman, including additional information and links to her work at http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000191382454 andhttps://twitter.com/#!/poetess222. 

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